Two years ago, I took out a home improvement loan from the bank in order to have the master bathroom in our home completely renovated.  I made the error of hiring a general contractor instead of a professional plumber.  While the building contractor was knowledgeable about putting up drywall, installing a floor, and replacing the window, he knew  little about the mechanics of a plumbing system.  A bathroom serves a lot of demands, has numerous appliances, and supports a heavy workload.  A great deal of water flows through the faucets, pipes, and drains.  The surfaces are frequently exposed to moisture, and there is so many things that can malfunction.  Because the building contractor was not proficient with the quality of materials, he installed a sink, faucet, shower stall, shower head, and tiles that were of lower quality and could not withstand wear and tear.  The fixtures quickly became corroded, stained, and unappealing.  Since he was not experienced in the familiar upgrade of the shower stall, I ended up with small leaks that compromised ruined the floor.  The toilet didn’t flush very well, and the drains were always plugged.  Within eight months, our new bathroom was a giant, ugly mess.  I then hired a licensed plumber to basically start over and renovate all over again.  I had to take out a second loan to spend cover the cost of  a brand new sink, vanity, faucets, toilet, flooring, and shower stall.  I once again endures a  house that was all torn apart and going without use of the master washroom.  I am just happy  that our bathroom remodeling project is finally done.  From now on, I will contact a professional plumber for anything to do with our plumbing system.plumbing system

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